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Museo Pieta Rondanini

Piazza Castello | Castello Sforzesco, 20100 Milan, Italy
+39 02 8846 3703
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Full-day Skip-The-Line Milan, The Last Supper and Michelangelo's Rondanini Pietà
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Piazza Castello | Castello Sforzesco, 20100 Milan, Italy
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Reviewed 26 November 2017

There are several museums in this complex which you can enter all of them for the 5 euro entrance fee. This particularly museum doesn't have much in it, but the one sculpture is interesting. Only frustrating thing is that you have to lock your backpack...More

Thank justme2Georgia
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Reviewed 12 November 2017

This museo, part of the Castello Sforzesco complex, is really a tiny chapel area dedicated to the last, incomplete sculpture, created by Michelangelo. It helps to have an interest in art history, to truly appreciate what you will see, but in my opinion, it is...More

Thank ItalyLovers4Ever_10
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Reviewed 8 November 2017 via mobile

This is a last piece of famous genius, never finished because of his death. However, this makes it a stunning view, especially given its location and museum which made a fitting tribute to the great masterpiece in the making. Entrance is quite cheap, and is...More

1  Thank Aleksandar S
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Reviewed 15 October 2017 via mobile

I think that making such a fuss over an unfinished work is crazy. If you like to be able to see michaelangelo's process perhaps this would be your thing, but I was not impressed.

Thank SLT1962
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

We were lucky and came on the first Sunday of the month so it was free to go in. On any other day there is a fee for the museum It was certainly great to see Michelangelo's sculpture. I am not sure that I would...More

Thank olie293
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Reviewed 23 September 2017

The museum is dedicated to the Michelangelo’s last masterpiece. The unfinished sculpture of Christ and the Virgin Mary is a touching and dramatic expression of love, made from a single block of marble. Its placement in the old Spanish Hospital is the perfect match!

Thank Borzov
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

The Rondanini Pieta was previously at the end of a rather long walking tour of Sforza Castle, nad certainly worth the wait, but is now in a lovely space dedicated solely to the Pieta, a much better venue, not only for the more spacious area,...More

Thank Larry C
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Reviewed 13 August 2017

The statue isn't worth to look at. The only thing worth seeing here, is the ceiling. It's part of 7 musea in a castle.

Thank Jurgen B
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Reviewed 28 July 2017

We were absolutely delighted we got the chance to see this amazing masterpiece! We visited the castle and spent most of the day pouring over its beautiful rooms, and towards the end of the day, almost by chance we came across this terrific little museum....More

1  Thank Dimitris L
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Reviewed 4 July 2017 via mobile

If you go to Milano do not forget to go to Castello Sforzesco to the Pietà (by Michelangelo) Rondanini. It is the last Pietà Michelangelo worked at. The sensation you will get is unique!

1  Thank bmbmb2016
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